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  Reply # 735763 20-Dec-2012 22:07
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Mine from element14 was made in uk and works perfectly.

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  Reply # 735782 20-Dec-2012 22:45
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Are you still looking at getting more? I've got a 256 MB one in a white case I've barely touched

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  Reply # 735902 21-Dec-2012 10:00
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It appears you can order from RS however?

http://newzealand.rs-online.com/web/generalDisplay.html?id=raspberrypi&cm_mmc=Offline-Referral-_-Electronics-_-RaspberryPi-201203-_-World-Selector-Page

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  Reply # 735907 21-Dec-2012 10:05
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richms: So say you are a business?



That's what I did for mine, and now I have them ringing me, and emailing me for more details about my business.

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  Reply # 735918 21-Dec-2012 10:36
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Great, you might be able to get more stuff out of them ;)




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  Reply # 744604 14-Jan-2013 15:23
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I'm still looking to buy another 512MB pi or two if anyone wants to sell - drop me a PM.

Sorry, I don't want a 256MB version.







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